I can know what you know
I know / I know
In the "Popular Mistakes" collection we include incorrect spellings that are particularly "popular" and that are particularly common.
|Popular mistake||Correct spelling||Explanation|
|I know||I know||The 1st and 3rd person singular of knowledge is often mistaken for simple s (»I know«), possibly on the basis of an analogy to »I point (point out)«. The correct forms are I know, you know, he / she / it knows.|
|Word breaker | I>|
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